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of oakland which has the highest violent crime rate in all of california. the oakland tribune newspaper reports the workshop was for people who misplace their keys. the mayor promoted it in weekly newsletter. turns out the number of burglaries in oakland was jumped and some folks complained. the mayor apologized. says she understands why some people got upset. some beer lovers have claimed that the world's top brewing company waters down its beer. now, with a lawsuit looming, experts have taken some, well, taken some buds to the lab. the results are in. watered down or no? we will show you. first we are learning hisrnor mitt romney in first interview. he and his wife sat down with "fox news sunday" anchor chris wallace. chris asked them how it was when the campaign ended? >> it's different but it's like riding on a roller coaster. we were on a roller coaster. exciting ups and downs but the ride ends and you get off. it's like oh can't would he be on the roller coaster on the rest of our life no that ride is over o. >> shepard: seat interview this weekend on "fox news sunday" on sunday o
, billion with a "b" in assistance to the solar industry. >>> this weekend is workshop weekend in oakland, california. residents there can sign up for a host of classes organized by the city, cheese makek, origami photo album and introduction to lock picking. the mayor received a lot of angry e-mails about the last class, considering burglaries are up 40% this year in oakland. the mayor has apologized for promoting that last class. in her newsletter, we checked, tomorrow's locked picking class is sold out. >>> finally, president obama's hybrid "star wars"/"star trek" question about why he can't work out sequester deal with congress has take on a life of its own on twitter. >> the fact they don't take it, means that i should somehow, you know, do a jedi mind meld with these folks and convince them to do what is right. >> bret: within minutes, "star wars," "star trek," "vulcan" and "jedi mind meld" were trending on twitter. these are our favorites -- >> for those of you less familiar with the science fiction, president appears to have confused "star wars" jedi with the "star trek" vulcans.
. >> i'm from oakland, california and mission in chicago is gun violence. over the years there have been a lot of issues in chicago, a lot of issues in oakland. it's similar to what i'm dealing with at home, citizens trying to make it. i know i had to do something. >> they speak to help to change the life of every child they encounter. in baltimore they provide tutoring for younger students and on the streets they are taking civic action, getting more than 500 signatures to get an anti-gang commission established in the city. >> i love what i can do to put a stop to violence. >> howard students are helping in efforts to challenge people to do something to save a teen. they helped build a memorial wall of bricks 374 teens struck down by gun violence including the senseless murder of a six-month-old baby. >> how in the world can a six-month-old baby be shot five times. we still go to homes and we say we are christians and we want to help the youth. we want to help those in trouble, but that baby, it's about howard university students spring break students coming out and rebuilding the memo
was the mayor of oakland, you know, he lived in the city. id his best. but now i think he can't answer the questions because they are going to raise the gasoline. do you know how much the gasoline. >> 4.40 to fill up for regular. >> do you know how much the tax for gasoline right now? >> 68 cents a gal lo loan. >> that's crazy. >> highest in the nation right now. >> 68 cents a gallon. >> do the math. put $20 still $13 billion that -- i mean, they can't pay it off. >> look at the rest of the top in the nation for california. more illegal immigrants than any other state in the nation. more food stamp benefits. more welfare. it's unbelievable, but no one cares because the severe weather so great. that's the thing. >> there are a lot of people who have moved from california from other states and now they are moving back home because it's hard to make a living out here. you aren't invested in the state government in sacramento. >> no one cares about the state government because arnold is not the governor. jerry brown is not a celebrity. so no one pays attention. >> arnold governor arnold sc
back. after oakland raided football team. into this week losing his super bowl ring. billy ray found the ring trapped out the flayer and returned him for it. he was rewarded now people from around the globe are reporting billy ray with honor. >> i hope he uses the money to change his life going onward and upwards of better things. sara and her husband bill deserve high praise. are oosing advil®. my name is taho and i'm a fish guy. it's a labor of love. it's a lot of labor and it's a lot of love. i don't need to go to the gym. my job is my workout. you're shoveling ice all day long. it's rough on the back. it's rough on the shoulders. i get muscle aches all over. advil® is great. pain and soreness is just out of the picture. [ male announcer ] make the switch. take action. take advil®. and for sinus congestion, now you can get advil® combined with a proven decongestant. breathe easier with advil® congestion relief. now you can get advil® combined with a proven decongestant. [ boy ] i used to hate eating healthy stuff. but badger likes it, so i do too. i used to have bad dreams,
her engagement ring was not harris' first day back. after oakland raided football team. into this week losing his super bowl ring. billy ray found the ring trapped out the flayer and returned him for it. he was rewarded now people from around the globe are reporting billy ray with honor. >> i hope he uses the money to change his life going onward and upwards of better things. sara and her husband bill deserve high praise. there is no mass produced human. so we created the extraordinarily comfortable sleep number experience. a collection of innovations designed around a bed with dualair technology that allows you to adjust to the support your body needs - each of your bodies. you'll only find sleep number at one of our over 400 stores nationwide. where queen mattresses start at just $699. and right now enjoy the lowest prices of the season on our most popular bed sets. sleep number. comfort individualized. morning, boys. so, i'm working on a cistern intake valve and the guy hands me a locknut wrench. no way! i'm like, what is this, a drainpipe slipknot? wherever your business takes you,
was not harris' first day back. after oakland raided football team. into this week losing his super bowl ring. billy ray found the ring trapped out the flayer and returned him for it. he was rewarded now people from around the globe are reporting billy ray with honor. >> i hope he uses the money to change his life going onward and upwards of better things. sara and her husband bill sara and her husband bill deserve high praise.(music thro) why turbo? trust us. it's just better to be in front. the sonata turbo. from hyundai. got you ! you cannot escape the rebel forces ! ahhh. got you ! got ya ! gotcha ! got . that's all you got, brother ? take that. never having to surrender the things that matter. gotcha. that's powerful. verizon. >> after getting mugged during his confirmation hearings they hope to get bet aernss from the obama administration about what's happening in benghazi. it may be no, sir tal gig in the good old days. secretary hagel dealing with allegations that afghans working with air has been special forces are involved in torture and other abusive behavior. to make that even mor
, missouri. the largest march single day snowfall total. and oakland, maryland, a foot for you. not done yet. looking at the monster storm, it's wound up across the eastern part of the country. this is an upper level low in the valley, and then the coastal low bringing rain and snow and a mix of the mess for the i-95er to door. so d.c. should be out of it shortly, philadelphia still getting mostly snow. of we attacked january temperatures this would be piling up. but because march is here the sun ang gallon is high, it's melting on the ground. new yorkers getting a messy slushy mix that will continue into the rush hour. and then by 9:00 p.m. tonight, most of it will be offshore. lingering snow showers, a few rain showers as well. by tuesday, it should be out of here. >> shepard: really cold down south for this time of year. baseball over the weekend, it was not baseball weather. >> look at these temperatures. freeze warnings all along the gulf coast, from dallas, texas, up through atlanta, georgia, and the carolinas. 32 degrees. 31 in dallas. they don't know what to do with this. 23 in kansa
of an oscar nominated movie "moneyball". the goal should be wins. >> and the oakland a's made it famous and now teams across the majors are adopting it. >> there are no doubts that are statistics allowing you to make cleaner statistics. >> it relies on stats that allows less emphasis on traits like power. instead, focusing on simpler concepts, getting on base, drawing walks and scoring runs. they're going to find new ways to evaluate you because that's their job as a front office. >> for small market teams, moneyball is a hit. >> it's not just a curiosity, it's a difference between winning a championship and not. >> and one of the number crunchers, the life long kansas city royals fans, teams like his ignore them at their own peril. >> the royals the last 20 years have drawn fewer walks than any team in baseball and not coincidentally lost more. they may not settle the value to a team and not every team embraces the idea. the san francisco giants won two out of the last three world series and mostly ignore it. and there is one thing that numbers can't measure, heart. in los angeles, ada
th straight year. reminds me of that movie money ball. >> that is right. great film. oakland a's won the west and they had a low payroll. >> heather: i have to get this question in. one of our viewers he tweeted in a question, he wanted to know will tiger win the open --, he, will he win the masters? >> this is great time. we have opening day tonight and then we the final four next week. in two weeks we'll have sunday at augusta, trying to win his fifth green jacket. he hasn't won a major since 2008 at torrey pines. to answer your question, i don't have an answer to the question. tune in and watch. if you can't watch you can listen to me and our crew and final four but at the masters. >> heather: so jealous. what do you think? >> gregg: i think he can do it. he is lights out the best player right now. he has won three tournaments, jim? >> he has won three tournaments this year, six in the last calendar year, three this season. it's just an outstanding what he has been able to do. number one player after not being number one since november of 2010 when he had the big scandal in 2009 t
display on the san francisco oakland bay bridge. 500 feet high and 1.8 miles long. it's an 8 million dollar light show, it will continue every night for the next two years. the western span of the bridge. the eastern span is being replaced after being damaged in the earthquake 24 years ago, 1989. remember that world series? work on the bridge scheduled to be finished later this year in time for labor day. >> we're trying to figure out who paid for the art work and haven't seen the answer. >> hope it's not the federal budget. >> it's a beautiful bay without the lights, but the lights are pretty cool. >> take a picture next time you're home. >> i will. >> thank you for joining us. >> "america live" starts right n now. >> megyn: fox news extreme weather alert to begin the hour. winter saving the worst for last. possibly the big s storm of the season blanketing the mid was and now hammering parts of the east coast in washington d.c., and the nation's business ground to a near halt. federal offices are closed. the white house briefing canceled. and we're also hearing about growing power o
. >> the oakland a's-- >> oh, oh (screams) >> the entire upper deck of the infrastructure has collapsed and fallen on the lower deck. from here we cannot tell what's beneath the upper deck, but one could only guess. >> megyn: look at those pictures. remember that, san francisco in '89? the aftermath of the quake that struck the pay area, telling nearly 70 people. now, some experts are warning of a potential disaster after a series of earthquakes shook portions of southern california yesterday. trace gallagher has the very latest on that live from l.a. trace? >> reporter: yeah, "america live" on the air, we had the cluster of earthquakes, back-to-back to back, it was in palm springs, you could feel them in san diego county, orange county, the strongest to hit southern california in more than three years. usgs finally came to 4.7 magnitude of those. no real damage, no injuries. that's the good news. the bad news, some believe this wasn't a stand alone quake, but a foreshock of something bigger. listen. >> and it's possible that there will be larger events, always a 5% chance that one of these events
's egregious, oakland was one of those hotbed areas during the occupy movement. yet the beef was always with the private sector. really people should be up in arms about the public, the administrator. i don't want to dis her, but one media outlet said her job was being a glorified secretary. i'm not here to dis what she does and her responsibility. but what i am saying is she's the highest-paid county administrator in california, and i think anyone can see this is beyond the pale. >>gretchen: how did it get to this? do they vote themselves into these kinds of surpluses? >> this is where you get the beef. they negotiate amongst themselves for these kinds of salaries. the public has no say in it. we're at this little movement where the public should have more say in what corporate c.e.o.'s make, certainly we should have more say into what the administrators of our counties make. i don't think one person in alameda county would have thought this was a fair deal. >>brian: charles payne, we'll see how this goes because it can't sustain itself. you're a fox business contributor filling in for
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